Good news finally came to the Perlas Spikers.
The team cleared its final hurdle before it can begin its campaign in the 2021 Premier Volleyball League Open Conference after all members of its delegation yielded negative results.
The results came in on Wednesday evening.
“The results came out already a while ago, they’re all negative,” said league commissioner Tonyboy Liao.
Last Saturday, the league put all the scheduled games of Perlas on hold after a member of the team’s non-playing staff tested positive for COVID-19.
All the members of Perlas had to be quarantined as well.
Perlas was originally scheduled to face Cignal last Saturday.
The league is working on revising its schedule to accommodate Perlas once again.
“They will start playing this Sunday,” said Liao.
Perlas went on social media to express their excitement over the development.
“We were told, it is just a delay, not a denial. Thank you to everyone who has whispered a prayer, who has sent encouraging messages, and who has rallied behind us! Above all, THANK YOU, Dear God! All glory to You!,” read the team’s post.
“Your Perlas Spikers now have a chance to FIGHT!”